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fresh water non salty water with no color taste or smell
salt water water that contains dissolved salt and other minerals
water cycle the continuous movement of water through the earth
evaporation water changing from liquid to vapor
condensation water vapor in the atmosphere becomes liquid
precipitation water that falls from a cloud
divide a ridge that flows water into different directions
drainage basin is an area into which all the water flows
turnover cold and warm water switch places
eutrophication when a lake or pond gets to much nutrients
iceberg a huge chunk of floating ice in the ocean
groundwater water held underground
permeable liquids can move through it
water table top of the region that is saturated
aquifer underground layer of permeable rock that contains water
spring a flow of water from the aquifer
artesian well a well that is pushed up by force
geyser water under the ground that is heated then shot out of a hole
Created by: chai